Champ Bailey is active for the first time this season, ready to provide some help for Denver’s last-in-the-league pass defense when the Broncos face the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Denver’s shaky secondary gets a big boost Sunday with Champ Bailey set to make his 2013 debut against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Champ Bailey provided a glimmer of hope to Denver’s staggered secondary Wednesday when he practiced without limitations for the first time since Aug. 15.
The Denver Broncos put up 51 points on Dallas, the same amount the Jacksonville Jaguars have managed to score all season.
When the Jacksonville Jaguars come to town on Sunday there will be several storylines to follow, but one one of the most interesting may be the sports betting angle.
Broncos cornerback Chris Harris sustained a concussion and didn’t return for the second half of Denver’s game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Champ Bailey is torn between gratitude and regret as he watches the Denver Broncos steamrolling opponents without him.
In his first for-the-record comments since his name’s been bandied about as a possible replacement for Lane Kiffin at USC, Jack Del Rio declined Thursday to address speculation he might return to his alma mater.
Champ Bailey still isn’t ready to return to action. His troublesome left foot is keeping him out of the Denver Broncos’ game against Philadelphia on Sunday.
Kayvon Webster has risen up Denver’s depth chart as quickly as he climbed up the Broncos’ draft board, and not just because of injuries in the secondary, either.